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Unseen revolution in Formula 1: how new cars should make the sport much more spectacular from next year

Formula 1 is facing the most far-reaching technical revolution in its history. As has been known for some time, completely different cars will be raced for the 2022 season. A scale model was unveiled at last week’s British Grand Prix, giving riders and followers a real glimpse of what the new machines will look like. The radical changes come with one main purpose: they should bring more spectacle to the track. Emphasis on would.

Many of the changes for 2022 are intended to make it easier to follow other cars – and therefore overtake them. That’s since the previous batch of major technical changes in 2017…

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